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The Healthy Brain Podcast is a fun and encouraging place to connect for Real Talk about healthy living, so that you can have the healthiest brain ever for physical stability, mental clarity, and longevity. There’s no sugar-coating here! Certified nutritionist and a daughter of dementia, Carrie Miller hits on hard topics and covers the facts giving you insight into alternative approaches to optimize your brain. It’s time to Take Control of Your Own Health, so that you can enjoy a life full of jo… Continue Reading >>
The Healthy Brain Podcast is a fun and encouraging place to connect for Real Talk about healthy living, so that you can have the healthiest brain ever for physical stability, mental clarity, and longevity. There’s no sugar-coating here! Certified nutritionist and a daughter of dementia, Carrie Miller hits on hard topics and covers the facts giving you insight into alternative approaches to optimize your brain. It’s time to Take Control of Your Own Health, so that you can enjoy a life full of joy and laughter with your family and friends! << Show Less
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034 Keys to Healthy Living with Kathy Anne Rodriguez Have you been hearing about a Whole Foods, Plant-based diet?
Kathy Anne Rodriguez is here to share her amazing story of healing her own body with a Whole Foods, Plant-based dietary plan. As a health coach, she shares with us some key strategies to implement for a healthier lifestyle without the use of prescription drugs. Kathy advocates for others to educate and research for themselves, and she truly believes that there should be more emphasis placed on education for prevention. Join us for this fun and educational interview, so that you can continue to gain the knowledge you’ll need to start your Plant-based, Whole Foods diet.

Kathy Anne Rodriguez is a compassionate Integrative Nutrition Health Coach also certified in Plant-based Nutrition. Her mission is to help women find freedom from pain, fatigue, being over-medicated and misunderstood through Plant-based Lifestyle Coaching, Holistic Health Coaching, and online courses. She currently coaches women with chronic autoimmune issues, as well as those transitioning to the plant-based lifestyle. Her ministry is leading a Whole Food Plant-based support group called Plant Strong &amp; Courageous in her local community located in the Texas Hill Country.  Kathy Anne earned her certifications from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and the Center for Nutrition Studies.
 
Links:
www.forksoverknives.com

www.amazon.com/How-Not-Die-Discover-Scientifically/dp/1250066115

www.plantstrong.com

www.plantricianproject.org

nutritionstudies.org/the-china-study

www.plantpurenation.com
www.nutritionfacts.org/topics/daily-dozen
www.kathyannerodriguez.com
www.plantstrongandcourageous.com
www.opentribe.com
www.dresselstyn.com/site/about/about-ann-jane-esselstyn/
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034 Keys to Healthy Living with Kathy Anne Rodriguez Have you been hearing about a Whole Foods, Plant-based diet?
Kathy Anne Rodriguez is here to share her amazing story of healing her own body with a Whole Foods, Plant-based dietary plan. As a health coach, she shares with us some key strategies to implement for a healthier lifestyle without the use of prescription drugs. Kathy advocates for others to educate and research for themselves, and she truly believes that there should be more emphasis placed on education for prevention. Join us for this fun and educational interview, so that you can continue to gain the knowledge you’ll need to start your Plant-based, Whole Foods diet.

Kathy Anne Rodriguez is a compassionate Integrative Nutrition Health Coach also certified in Plant-based Nutrition. Her mission is to help women find freedom from pain, fatigue, being over-medicated and misunderstood through Plant-based Lifestyle Coaching, Holistic Health Coaching, and online courses. She currently coaches women with chronic autoimmune issues, as well as those transitioning to the plant-based lifestyle. Her ministry is leading a Whole Food Plant-based support group called Plant Strong &amp; Courageous in her local community located in the Texas Hill Country.  Kathy Anne earned her certifications from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and the Center for Nutrition Studies.
 
Links:
www.forksoverknives.com

www.amazon.com/How-Not-Die-Discover-Scientifically/dp/1250066115

www.plantstrong.com

www.plantricianproject.org

nutritionstudies.org/the-china-study

www.plantpurenation.com
www.nutritionfacts.org/topics/daily-dozen
www.kathyannerodriguez.com
www.plantstrongandcourageous.com
www.opentribe.com
www.dresselstyn.com/site/about/about-ann-jane-esselstyn/
033 Evidence-based Approach Lifestyle Medicine to Treat and Reverse Chronic Diseases by Drs. Chawla and Chawla As a husband/wife team, Drs. Chawla and Chawla, teach us how they incorporate a whole-food, plant-based diet, and other lifestyle choices with their patients at their Lifestyle Medicine clinic in Bellaire, Texas.

Dr. Munish Chawla is a board-certified physician in Diagnostic Radiology and Lifestyle Medicine. A long time practitioner of meditation and yoga, he adopted a plant-based lifestyle in 2013. Upon becoming aware of the research-proven health benefits and the evidence-based approach Lifestyle Medicine uses to treat and reverse chronic diseases, he became certified in this new and exciting specialty.

His wife, Dr. Bandana Chawla is a board-certified physician in Internal Medicine and Lifestyle Medicine. She graduated from UT Southwestern Medical School and completed her residency training at the Texas Medical Center. She’s been practicing as an internist in the Houston area for over 20 years. They are the co-founders of Peaceful Planet Foundation, 501c3 nonprofit, which fosters peace, health, and wellness in Houston and the surrounding communities and together they have co-created LifestyleDocs practice which focuses on eating the right types of food, being fit, reducing stress, and connecting more to achieve holistic wellness.

The Chawla Team strongly believes in &#8220;taking control of your own health,” and they explain exactly what encompasses those compelling words. We discuss the difference between a Mediterranean diet and a Whole Foods, Plant-based diet, and how the landscape has changed over the years in holistic medicine in reference to chronic disease.

Please join the Chawla’s at Lifestyle Docs’ free virtual events. They are as follows:
Meditation on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month
Walk with the Dog on the 2nd Saturday of the month
Potlucks on the 1st Sunday of the month

We want to encourage y’all to continue the deep dive in this series of whole foods, plant-based approach to health and wellness.  It could very well change your life!

Resources:
lifestyledocs.com
lifestyledocs.com/facebook
lifestyledocs.com/instagram
lifestyledocs.com/youtube
lifestyledocs.com/google
peacefulplanetfoundation.com
lifestylemedicine.org
foodforlife.com/about_us/sprouted-for-life-breads
How Not to Die by Michael Gregor
The Blue Zones by Dan Buettner
ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
032 How a Whole Foods Plant-based Diet Can Change Your Life with Katherine Lawrence-Ireland At the age of 27 Katherine Lawrence-Ireland was told she had Stage 4 endometriosis. The doctor said that she had ovarian and uterine cysts, an advanced reproductive disease, and he offered only one option&#8230;a hysterectomy.

Katherine is a former aerospace engineer and military veteran. She has been teaching nutrition and cooking classes for PCRM and was the national instructor trainer for 11 years now.  She also taught and managed Dr. Colin Campbell’s “Certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition” program through eCornell for 3 years. She’s a founding member of Food Saved Me which is a SaladMaster Cookware dealership offering cooking classes to her community for free in Southlake, Texas. She specializes in disease prevention through nutrition, focusing on cancer prevention, Type 2 diabetes reversal, heart disease reversal, food addiction and Alzheimer’s prevention.

Katherine discusses how she chose to take control of her own health by researching all her options first before making the hard decisions. Her story is powerful. She is an advocate for a whole foods, plant-based diet, and shares with us menus and what she feeds her family. You don’t want to miss this one!


foodsavedme.com
plantpurenation.com
juiceplus.com
Power Foods for the Brain by Dr. Barnard
 
Documentaries:
The China Study
Forks over Knives
Game Changers
What the Health
031 Going Green: Plant-Based Diet For Clean Living With Dr. Felice Howard Board-certified in internal medicine for both adults and pediatrics, Dr. Felice Howard highly encourages her patients to adopt a whole food, plant-based diet along with other lifestyle changes to improve health and wellbeing. With the epidemic of chronic disease in the U.S., we look at the clear health risks posed by animal products and how the government continues to be swayed by Big Agriculture. Dr. Howard recommends her go-to books, documentaries, and additional resources, to kick-start you on your incredible health journey with a whole foods plant-based diet.
 
Dr. Howard’s FB group: Plant-based in Fredericksburg
October 31, 2020 &#8211; Dr. Rizwan Bukhari from Dallas, Texas, will be speaking on cardiovascular health and nutrition.  Please call (830)997-1436 to reserve your seat!  The event will include free food samples by chef-owner Leslie Washburne from Hoffman Haus.
 
plantbaseddoc.com
pcrm.org
nutritionfacts.org
plantricianproject.org
ourhealthycity.org
plantpurenation.com
plantricianproject.org/plantrician-showcase-1/staton-awtrey.com
nutritionstudies.org
earthlinged.org
 
 
Books:
How Not to Die by Dr. Michael Gregor
The Alzheimer’s Solution by Drs. Dean and Ayesha Sherzai 
Plant Pure Nation by Kim Campbell
Prevent &amp; Reverse Heart Disease by Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn
Engine 2 Diet by Rip Esselstyn
Proteinaholic by Dr. Garth Davis
The Cheese Trap by Dr. Neal Barnard
Breasts: The Owners Manual: Every Woman’s Guide to Reducing Cancer Risk, Making Treatment Choices, and Optimizing Outcomes by Dr. Kristi Funk
 
 
Documentaries:
Forks Over Knives
Plant Pure Nation
029 Brain-Healthy Diet: Plant-Based Whole Food Nutrition &nbsp;
There is a bigger pandemic out there that has been wreaking havoc long before the coronavirus – the pandemic of chronic diseases that affect not only our bodies but also our brains. There is, however, a way for you to protect yourself and that is not through prescription drugs but through a healthy diet. What could be the healthiest eating plan for your body and brain? Carrie Miller explores the research-backed benefits of plant-based whole food nutrition in preventing chronic diseases, especially heart disease, which have been linked with brain conditions such as dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
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Brain-Healthy Diet: Plant-Based Whole Food Nutrition
I want to welcome you to the show where we stand up and boldly speak the truth about what&#8217;s healthy in this world, especially when it comes to brain health. You won&#8217;t find any sugar-coating in this space. I watched a couple of films back-to-back, some interesting documentaries and the names were The Game Changers, What the Health, and The Marshall Plan. They all had one thing in common, whole foods plant-based nutrition. They are excellent films. Thank you, Reese Vincent, for sharing. I want to encourage you all to make a note of those and go and view the first chance you get. Personally, I’ve concentrated more on a brain-healthy diet due to my mom’s dementia diagnosis.
I’ve never considered a whole foods plant-based diet because as a Texan, there are not too many people walking around eating plants in this cattle country. At least that&#8217;s what I thought, but as I researched more and more, people are absolutely open to a whole foods plant-based diet as their ticket for prevention. I know I am. We all have friends and family members who&#8217;ve been diagnosed with heart disease, cancer, dementia, Crohn&#8217;s disease, multiple sclerosis and obesity. The list goes on. Look around. We have a lot of unhealthy people who are depressed and overweight. They&#8217;ve got some low energy levels. They&#8217;re lethargic, unenthusiastic. They&#8217;re having some brain fog, maybe reflux, joint pain. They&#8217;re a little sluggish. Maybe having some tightness in their chest. They have high cholesterol or high blood pressure. That list is endless.
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In Texas, we’re a thriving state and people are fleeing their states to move to Texas. That might be for our beef or it could be because we&#8217;re a gun-carrying people and we choose to defend ourselves around here. Let&#8217;s look at the bigger picture. The diet here is simply not cutting the mustard. Chronic disease continues to climb. Look around the world. This is the real pandemic. The bigger thing that is creating so much destruction. The number one killer is heart disease, which in turn affects the brain. I’ve said this more than once, prescription drugs are not the answer and they never have been. My mama was prescribed seventeen drugs by some pretty highfalutin professionals who attended their very prestigious schools for many years to learn about sick care.
I know all about the games that are being played behind the scenes in the pharmaceutical world. It’s corrupt and downright wrong. That all being said, there are two things that come to mind. Why have we been relying on drugs to get our health and why do we eat the food that makes us sick? Your food choices matter. You&#8217;re paying a big price with food if you choose to eat unhealthily. Most of you already know that and know what works for you may not work for another. That&#8217;s why it&#8217;s always good to explore all things healthy and test your own body with the different foods and lifestyle changes that are available out there. Please don&#8217;t take my word for it or anyone else&#8217;s for that matter.
You&#8217;ve got to do the work and find out what&#8217;s good for your body and brain. Take control of your own health.
028 Unconventional Dental Solutions For A Healthy Brain With Dr. Kalli Hale &nbsp;
Believe it or not, but your mouth is connected to the rest of you. A recent analysis suggests that bacteria that cause gum disease are also associated with the development of Alzheimer&#8217;s disease and are related to dementia, especially vascular dementia. In this episode, biological dentist Dr. Kalli Hale sits down with Carrie Miller to talk about the relationship between some dental solutions and having a healthy brain. She also goes over some cause of periodontal disease and the best ways to prevent it, how our teeth affect our systemic health, and the long-term consequences of dental treatment.
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Unconventional Dental Solutions For A Healthy Brain With Dr. Kalli Hale
We have got a special guest on the show. I am extremely impressed by this young lady&#8217;s resume. She received her Bachelor&#8217;s degree in Biology and her Master of Public Health from Texas A&amp;M University. She earned her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Texas School of Dentistry at Houston. She received certification in Safe Mercury Amalgam Removal Technique through the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology and trained in antimicrobial strategies and healing, Ozone therapy, and cosmetic dentistry. She is an Affiliate Fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry and a certified Invisalign provider. I am excited to introduce you a biological dentist from League City, Texas, Dr. Kalli Hale. 
Thank you for having me on. I appreciate it. This is going to be way too much fun.
I&#8217;m excited to gather all the information, get my notes down and we&#8217;ll go through what we can. We run out of time because you’re busy. I&#8217;m excited to be here with you. Thank you for being here on the show. I&#8217;ve got many questions. First of all, I&#8217;m curious to know what piqued your interest and catapulted you to the understanding of holistic methods of dentistry for brain health, to begin with. 
That&#8217;s such a story and I feel like I wish we had two hours because I could probably talk about that transition for me alone. As a dentist, when you get out of school you know enough to go out and help people with their teeth and decay. The systemic health and the overall body function of what happens when you have, for example, recurrent decay or amalgam restorations that are leaching. Root canals that might have periapical cysts involved with them and infections in the body that you have to focus on all of it instead of pretending that your mouth is not connected to the rest of you. For me, I have to give a lot of credit to my also dentist younger sister. We are sixteen months apart and we both went to A&amp;M, both went to dental school together. I&#8217;m also married to a dentist and my parents are both dentists. My older sister, Jackie, is our regional manager at the office. We eat, breathe, and live teeth all the time. My younger sister was traveling with her husband who was playing professional baseball at the time.
She had a lot more time to research after dental school than I did because I was thrown into a wonderful, busy practice. She started talking to me one day and saying, &#8220;You need to look into protecting yourself a little more with amalgam, for example.&#8221; As sisters, we’re close and it was met with an annoyance and an eye roll of like, &#8220;What are you talking about? This was even a potentially dangerous material than we would have been told that and all of it.&#8221; What I learned the hard way was that there&#8217;s a lot more to play with materials, politics, what we use, why we use it, when it was created and how things have changed since then. My parents are the smartest people I know and I attribute my success to them and their raising...
027 Healing Through Music Therapy And Advocating For Assisted Living With Hope Young &nbsp;
Music changes lives, literally. This episode&#8217;s guest, Hope Young, greatly believes in this, and she joins host, Carrie Miller, to talk about the power of music therapy to help support those patients coping with treatment. Hope is the founder and president of one of the most technologically advanced music therapy facilities in the world, the Center for Music Therapy, Inc. Here, she takes us into the amazing work they are doing as they celebrate their 30th year. She also helps us understand what music therapy does, especially for those suffering dementia, how the process goes, and how our brains and bodies react. Carrie then lays down the payment options available for this therapy, the ways she is advocating for assisted living and memory care homes, the importance of love and community.
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Healing Through Music Therapy And Advocating For Assisted Living With Hope Young
I have the distinct honor of introducing a very special guest. She&#8217;s the Founder and President of one of the most technologically advanced music therapy facilities in the world, the Center for Music Therapy in Austin, Texas. She&#8217;s also the Executive Producer of the Movement Tracks Project and Executive Director of Soundwell Austin (501c3). She&#8217;s been recognized nationally and internationally in such publications as the Journal of the American Medical Association, Shape Magazine, The Wall Street Report and New York Times Bestseller: The Mozart Effect. Her company is celebrating its 30th year, and her vision for the next 30 years boldly leads a new generation in music therapy to create healthier solutions through innovations in music technologies, which bring the power of music to help heal and treat all the isolated and underserved communities of the world. She&#8217;s a speaker, consultant and incredible intelligent woman, a full soul who I highly respect. Welcome, Hope Young.
Carrie, you are a delight. I am so thrilled that we have met and honored that you&#8217;ve had me on your show. Thank you. I&#8217;m delighted to get to speak to your audience.
Let&#8217;s start out by sharing with our readers the definition of music therapy.
Music therapy is the use of music for non-music outcomes and treatment like rehabilitation for walking or if you&#8217;ve had a stroke or a head injury, for speech recovery. If we talk about it in behavior health, everybody knows to use it to regulate mood, but we also process an awful lot of trauma in a safe way through music. We do so much more than that. In medical, many people have it. They&#8217;ve had a music therapist helping with cancer in chemotherapy, reducing pain, getting through surgeries with either no anesthesia or with half a dose of anesthesia compared to what you normally would without music.
There are many things with burn patients to deal with those acid wash fast. There are many uses that I could go on. One of the ones that we are talking about is cognition. People have seen the documentary, Alive Inside, how suddenly somebody who can&#8217;t remember who they are, who you are as a daughter, it&#8217;s like magic. This veil is pierced and through song, they remember not only who they are, they remember words of the song. They remember what they were doing when they were singing that song or dancing. It all comes back, all those relations and what we call autobiographical memory.
That&#8217;s the right side of the brain with all that language and music, correct?
It can be. When you&#8217;re talking about certain things like melody recognition, that&#8217;s the right side. When we&#8217;re talking about autobiographical m...
026 Healthy Lifestyle – The Difference Between Surviving And Thriving &nbsp;
We have been brought up to put so much trust in conventional medicine to cure whatever ails our bodies that we tend to underestimate the power of a healthy lifestyle in preventing disease and promoting a healthy life. Health is what distinguishes thriving from mere surviving. It allows us to feel alive, feel well, grow, expand our horizons and flourish. Naturally, everyone wants to be healthy. But when it comes to your health, do you choose to constrain yourself within the Band-Aid solutions of conventional medicine or do you take it upon yourself to ensure you’re living healthy and disease-free? In this episode, Carrie Miller encourages us to take a look at how our food choices and lifestyle habits determine our health and make the choice to be proactive about it.
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Healthy Lifestyle – The Difference Between Surviving And Thriving
Let me start out by saying, we can all agree that the human race is wired for survival, but is it about surviving or thriving? Surviving is existing and thriving is flourishing, developing and growing. Are you looking to exist in this world? Are you looking to grow and flourish? I&#8217;m sure our answers are the same. We want to be alive, feel well, grow, expand our horizons and flourish. To do that, you&#8217;ve got to be healthy. My question to you is this. When it comes to your health, do you choose the quick fix temporary solution from conventional methods of medicine or do you do your own research to find the alternative approach to a healthy lifestyle? Do you follow along with the protocols they&#8217;ve been promoting for decades, like complying? Are you studying science coming up with your own conclusions and finding your doctor who&#8217;s like-minded?
If you&#8217;re wanting to work on yourself and bypass any chance of developing a chronic disease of any kind, then more than ever, it&#8217;s time to wake up to reality as we sit here. In August of 2020, we&#8217;ve got a virus lingering longer than anyone expected. More than likely you&#8217;re pretty freaking out. If you have any comorbidities, any chronic disease of any kind, then you, my friend, have a huge target on your back. What are you going to do about it? Those masks and the social distancing are not working. Please think before you react to my comment, because most of the people who died of COVID wore the masks and social distanced. Some even were in lockdown, but the majority, they had health issues, some comorbidities and maybe obesity, perhaps they even were an alcoholic or heavy smoker.
Have you ever spoken to people who&#8217;ve been cured of heart disease, diabetes, Crohn’s disease, perhaps dementia? When was the last time you heard that people were cured of a chronic disease after taking years of prescription drugs? I personally can&#8217;t name one, but I have heard of thousands of people who have been cured of chronic disease by changing their food choices and lifestyle habits. It&#8217;s happening all around the world, but here in the USA, it&#8217;s being thrown out as false information in mainstream media. Unconventional doctors are being called quacks. I&#8217;ve even had a doctor tell me after asking questions say, “That information you&#8217;re reading online on that procedure is false. It&#8217;s all been debunked,” then he proceeded to laugh. I made a choice to excuse myself from the chair before I was even examined because his procedure was not up to my standards when it comes to my own health.
My health matters to me. You have every right to question your doctor. Don&#8217;t think you don&#8217;t. You have every right to walk respectfully out of their office if you don&#8217;t believe in their protocol. You have a choice to choose the doctor you want to work with so that you can feel better long-term and live a happy life instead of a life full of fear and despair. I want to encourage you to look around you.
024 Returning To Spirituality In Chaotic Times With Brother Tony Anthony &nbsp;
With everything that is happening in the world today – from a pandemic to civil unrest and corrupt politics – many people are losing hope and asking where God is in all this chaos. The end is at hand, and what we need is a return to spirituality in these chaotic times so that we can be ready for judgment when it comes. Brother Wilton “Tony” Anthony, the pastor of Siloam Baptist Church in Many, Louisiana, strongly drives this message in this fellowship with host, Carrie Miller. Brother Tony believes that many of us have gone astray from the true teachings of God. He calls upon us to return to God’s word, return to praying, and return to doing things that are pleasing to God. We need to take a stand as Christians who love the Lord with our hearts, minds, bodies, and souls. Christ’s second coming is drawing nearer by the day. Are you ready?
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Returning To Spirituality In Chaotic Times With Brother Tony Anthony
I wanted to invite someone on the show who would be the perfect fit to speak on the topic of spirituality. This man of God has pastored Siloam Church in Many, Louisiana for many years. In 2015, he was inducted into the Sabine Parish Louisiana Hall of Fame. In 2018, he was awarded recognition by the Council on Aging as the oldest working person in the parish. He was my childhood pastor at the First Baptist Church in Port Neches, Texas where he pastored for sixteen years. I can&#8217;t think of anyone more respected, more truthful, and more heart-centered than you, Brother Tony. Welcome to the show.
Thank you, Carrie. It&#8217;s good to be with you. You act a lot different now than you did when you were a little girl and I was your pastor. You have grown up and I&#8217;m grateful to God for you and what you do.
I&#8217;m grateful to you, Brother Tony. That was a long time ago. I was that shy little girl. You come out of your shell especially when you&#8217;ve got parents like I do. They’re bold. I&#8217;m excited to be here with you at Siloam Church in Many, Louisiana. I heard through your daughter, Cheryl, that you&#8217;ve been pastoring for many years.
I started pastoring my first church in June of 1953. That&#8217;s about 15 miles from here. I&#8217;ll have made a complete round and I&#8217;m back about where I started.
If it&#8217;s okay with you, I&#8217;d like to dive right into our discussion. We&#8217;re in the midst of COVID-19. It&#8217;s an election year. There&#8217;s been more corruption unveiled than any other time in history. It&#8217;s a constant battle of good versus evil. It’s always been like that. Americans are losing hope and they&#8217;re asking where is God in all of this chaos? How do you answer?
We’ve got to realize and understand that we&#8217;re living in a time when politics is rotten and it has ruined the culture. It has ruined the United States of America like it&#8217;s ruined every other country when politics becomes this rotten. I&#8217;m not saying that the Democrats are at fault or the Republicans or the lefts or the rights. I&#8217;m saying that each of us has made terrible mistakes in our life. If we would have took a stand in 1950 and 1960, our country would be in a lot better condition now than it is, but we didn&#8217;t take that stand. We&#8217;ve got to realize that as American people, as Christian people, that we&#8217;re to love the Lord with all of our heart, mind, soul, and strength. We&#8217;re to love our neighbors as ourselves. We&#8217;re not in this by ourselves. We need to be in it as a nation.
We need to be fighting the Coronavirus and the rotten politics as individuals, not as groups. We find that we&#8217;ve turned our backs upon what&#8217;s right and what&#8217;s wrong, and that&#8217;s a big mistake.
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